Writer’s block. Just the word turns a writer’s blood to ice. We dread this malady, especially at times when we are under deadline or trying to meet a personal writing goal, like starting and finishing a work of nonfiction during Write Nonfiction in November. What’s a writer to do when writer’s block hits? I asked David Rasch, author of The Blocked Writer’s Book of the Dead and a psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with writers who struggle with writing productivity problems, to address that question. And I asked him to address it on day three of WNFIN so anyone who might suffer from “that thing we cannot mention by name” (a bit like “You Know Who” in the Harry Potter series), could have some ways to get past it and keep on writing until they do, indeed, meet the WNFIN challenge. Click on this link to read Dr. Rasch’s 5 tips for overcoming writer’s block. (You’ll be taken to this blog’s sister blog, Write Nonfiction in November.) I hope you never have to use them.